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The history of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps,1919-1961 Hardcover – 1963


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History of the RAVC: War From A Different Perspective 4 Aug. 2009
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I don't recall ever seeing more than a passing reference to the Royal Veterinary Corps in my reading. When I ran across a synopsis of Brig.Clabby's book in an old issue of Nature magazine, I was intrigued. I'd known, of course, that horses and mules were used as pack transport by various companies; that dogs were used in both World Wars for various duties; and that even camels and elephants were used on occasion.

The History Of the RAVC,1919-1961, covers an enormous amount of material in a very organized, comprehensive manner. It doesn't just restrict itself to the care and use of animals in combat conditions; it also goes in depth into the various diseases, treatments, and research conducted by the RAVC. It contains many interesting black and white photographs as well.

This book should have wide appeal to the military enthusiast, animal lover, and anyone who would like to read a bit of history which really hasn't been addressed in other military history books.
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